In New York, Zero Irving by Davis Brody Bond
'Elemental,' by Fiona Barratt-Campbell
Yakisugi: The Japanese Art of Charred Wood
Drawings by Frank Harmon, on the Market
Elegant Wallcoverings from Graham & Brown
Museum Forms: Paul Clemence, Julien Spiewak
Rethinking an Urban Park in Post Falls, Idaho
Steam Punk Style from Lyn Peterson
An Irish Architect in Southern California
Creative Paris: To Surprise and Tell Stories
In Destin, Chill at the Henderson Resort
Paris Perfect: It's Madelyn-Proofed
In Del Mar, an Iconic Civic Center
In D.C., a Memorial for World War I
Detroit's Motown Museum: Perkins+Will
Kikoski and Hollander in Sag Harbor
How to Develop Resilient Waterfronts
In Turkey, a Hotel Built atop Antiquities
At Emory, a New Student Life Center
Remodeling a 1960s Brown & Kaufman
Think of Zero Irving as a 22-story, 240,000-square foot escalator for tech-savvy startups.
Fiona Barratt-Campbell studied interior design at Chelsea College of Art in London and Parsons School...
It’s time to set the record straight on this Shou Sugi Ban business.
The correct term is Yakisugi.
Two prized possessions at my house are a pair of ink and watercolor sketches by North Carolina architect...
Founded by two friends – Harold Graham and Henry Brown – Graham & Brown has been family-run from...
A visit to an exhibition of photographer Paul Clemence’s work in the Swiss consulate in New York led to a dialog-inspired...
Imagine a community with a 60-acre park at its heart – one that half the 30,000 population doesn’t...
Lyn Peterson is a decorator, a general contractor – and an expert in steam-punk design.
Paul McClean is an Irish architect practicing in Southern California.
He grew up in Dublin, sure from...
"Creative Paris," by editorial director Anne-Sophie Leroux, is the newest offering from My Little Paris,...